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3D printers produce solid-state battery technology for EVs and other uses

California-based Sakuú Corp. has started work on a 2.5 MWh per year pilot facility to produce its 3D-printed solid-state battery tech.


Startup Sunday: Ample raises $160m from Shell and others for EV battery-swap stations

Also starting up: ROSI recycles at multiple stages of PV lifecycle, and Comcast Ventures leads a funding round for a provider of AI-powered home energy improvements.


Solar on schools: A smart solution

School districts throughout the country are increasingly installing solar projects, often at no upfront cost. What are the benefits?


Blackouts and high utility prices are driving solar and storage adoption, SunPower survey says

The survey of 1,500 homeowners shed light on the home solar energy experience and motivating factors behind solar purchases.

Solar PV window coating firm wins $3 million grant to scale operations

NEXT Energy Technologies won the grant from the California Energy Commission for its PV window coating.

Perovskite-silicon tandems could rapidly scale solar

Halide perovskites combined with conventional silicon could help solar break the 26% efficiency barrier, disrupting the technology without disrupting business systems.

Startup Sunday: copper thin film material wins DOE award

Also starting up: Dutch two-seat solar EV for ride sharing, and French company Supersola releases a plug-and-play solar module.

New class of photocatalyst has implications for hydrogen fuel production

A group of scientists at Shoolini University have highlighted the potential of covalent organic frameworks, which have a range of properties that may have applications for green hydrogen production.

Sunrise brief: California approves solar mandate on new commercial buildings

Also on the rise: comment period opens for 1 GW solar and storage in the California desert, Xos unveils a mobile EV fleet charging station, and voters in the west support a clean energy standard.

Solar mandate for new commercial buildings approved in California

The mandate would require many new commercial buildings, along with high-rise residential projects, to have solar power and battery storage.


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